Bob Brown (1886-1959) was a writer, editor, publisher, and traveler. The collection consists of personal papers, manuscripts
(including examples of Brown's visual/conceptual writings), publications, correspondence, photographs, cookbooks and other
gastronomic-related items, clippings, and miscellaneous ephemera.
Robert Carlton Brown (1886-1959) was a writer, editor, publisher, and traveler. From 1908 to 1917, he wrote poetry and prose
for numerous magazines and newspapers in New York City, publishing two pulp novels, What Happened to Mary and The Remarkable Adventures of Christopher Poe (1913), and one volume of poetry, My Marjonary (1916).
112 boxes (56 linear ft.)
1 flat box
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